Roll Deep

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Chipmunk and friends perform at the 1Xtra Soundclash

Highlights of Chipmunk, Roll Deep, Donae'o, Sway, Shola Ama and Lethal B's performance at the 1Xtra Soundclash.

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Biography

Roll Deep are an English grime music collective. They were founded in 2002, by rappers which include Wiley. Roll Deep were also closely associated with Boy Better Know with members in both. Their debut album, In at the Deep End, was released in June 2005. Four singles were released from the album: "Heat Up", "The Avenue", "When I'm 'Ere" and "Shake a Leg". Roll Deep Recordings is their own record label, which they use to distribute their mixtapes. They won an Urban Music Award

Their second album Rules and Regulations was released in 2007, followed by the release of Return Of The Big Money Sound in 2008. Current member Wiley and former members Dizzee Rascal and Tinchy Stryder have gone on to be successful solo artists in the UK and even the U.S., with songs that have topped charts. The group got their first UK number 1 single with the song "Good Times" in May 2010 and the group's second UK number 1 single was "Green Light" in August 2010. Their next single was "Take Control", featuring R&B singer Alesha Dixon, which charted at number 29 on 7 November 2010. Roll Deep release their new single 'Picture perfect' (produced by Agent X) peaking at #19 in the indie charts. They released their fifth studio album in 2012 before entering an indefinite hiatus in 2013.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Winner Stays On

    Winner Stays On 2010

    Reviewed by Louis Pattison
    The underground grime crew have turned into a potent pop force.
  2. Review of Rules & Regulations

    Rules & Regulations 2007

    Reviewed by Jim Young
    Dizzee and Wiley's original crew, still keeping it grimey...
  3. Review of In At The Deep End

    In At The Deep End 2005

    Reviewed by Ruth Jamieson
    ...this album trys to have something for everyone.
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